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Level 6 (degree) apprenticeship standard for public health practitioners

By Claire Cotter, Workforce Development Programme Manager, Public Health England Claire Cotter is a Programme Manager in the National Workforce Development team at Public Health England (PHE). Claire was recruited… Read more →

Relevance of UK Public Health Knowledge and Skills Framework to Practitioners

By Professor Darren Shickle, Professor of Public Health at University of Leeds Darren Shickle is Professor in Public Health and Head of the Academic Unit of Public Health in the… Read more →

Master or Apprentice: Rethinking entry points and training in Public Health

By Professor Darren Shickle, Professor of Public Health at University of Leeds Darren Shickle is Professor in Public Health and Head of the Academic Unit of Public Health in the… Read more →

Talents for Public Health Leadership

By Professor Darren Shickle, Professor of Public Health at University of Leeds Darren Shickle is Professor in Public Health and Head of the Academic Unit of Public Health in the… Read more →

Revalidation and the Pearson Review

By Zaira Ejaz, Revalidation & Registration Services Officer As UKPHR is currently in the process of introducing revalidation for registrants in place of the existing 5-yearly re-registration process, we recently… Read more →

Defined Specialist Portfolio Route: The lonely path to registration

By Alix Sheppard FRSA, FRSPH UKPHR Public Health Practitioners registration scheme coordinator (East of England) FPH Accredited Practitioner Programme Lead In the East of England we have identified 18 individuals… Read more →

Introducing UKPHR’s new revalidation scheme

By David Kidney, UKPHR Executive Director In February 2017 UKPHR’s Board made its decision to introduce revalidation for registrants in place of UKPHR’s existing 5-yearly re-registration process. The changeover from… Read more →

An introduction to our Health Promotion Practitioner Register – part of the IUHPE Health Promotion Accreditation System

By David Kidney, UKPHR Executive Director & Dr Viv Speller, UKPHR Director and Member IUHPE Accreditation Committee At UKPHR we have launched a new register, alongside our long-running public health… Read more →

Re-registration and revalidation explained…

By David Kidney, UKPHR Executive Director From time to time I am asked to explain the difference between re-registration and revalidation and how one or both of these processes apply… Read more →

Blog: Practitioner registration task and finish group

By David Kidney, UKPHR Executive Director When UKPHR’s Board met on 19 July 2016 it decided to set up a new task & finish group to review practitioner registration in… Read more →

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